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This Ella Baker biography pack is a great addition to your black history social studies unit/curriculum! Included in this biography pack is a nonfiction passage about the life of Ella Baker and a variety of fun activities to do with your students! The best part? It's NO PREP! Just print, copy, &
Students will practice critical thinking and reading comprehension strategies with this informational/biographical text that explores the extraordinary life of civil rights legend, Ella Baker. Cross-curricular alignment with U.S. History, Multi-cultural Studies, and English/Language Arts. Common-Cor
Your students will love completing this Ella Baker mini book. This mini book is for early readers: Pre-k, Kindergarten and 1st Grade. This Ella Baker mini book lets students read easy words and pair them with the scene on the page. Students can color in the pages for some fun!Plus a full page photo
Is your class studying and researching about influential women in American History? These custom-created Ella Baker organizers will be the perfect organizers to use for your research! Are your students researching and learning about one of the most influential women in American History? Then these
This is included in the growing BLACK HISTORY MONTH BUNDLE for only $3.00Click here to go to the Black History Month Google Classroom Headers.Google Classroom Headers are a great way to honor and learn about the most influential figures in African American History.Instructions to add to google class
Ella Baker, one of the warriors of the Civil Rights Movement, is often forgotten. A leader in the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee made a fiery argument regarding the sit-in movement, in what has thus been dubbed "Bigger than a Hamburger". This primary source analysis includes comprehensi
Ella Baker was a significant civil rights role model for Black youth, and she was a big proponent in supporting youth belonging to the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. She helped bring Black youth together in communities to give them a safe space to talk with one another. She supported the
Ready to implement some research projects using Google Slides? This research project is fun and easy for your students to use. INTERACTIVE RESEARCH PROJECT• 6 Slides per personStudents will interact with Google Slides to research and record their information on each of the 6 slides.Slides contain re
Based a text that was modified for classroom use (original article can be found here), this activity gives student a glimpse at the life of one of the forgotten leaders of the civil rights movement: Ella Jo BakerThe article and accompanying questions ask students to think about her accomplishments a
This lesson is designed to educate students about the life and legacy of Ella Baker. The lesson requires to analyze an informational text and quotes. This lesson will help your students understand the life and legacy of a great woman. I hope your students find this beneficial. Mr. Olumiji
The purpose of this lesson is to provide students with an opportunity to analyze Primary Sources through the words of pivotal Civil Rights Ella Baker. The lesson provides students with an insight into the goals of the Student Non Violent Coordinating Committee through the words of Baker. This will h
This resource is a small group scaffolding activity designed to expose students to different philosophies of lesser known activists during the Civil Rights Movement: Ella Baker, Malcolm X, Jo Ann Robinson, Black Panthers, James Farmer, Septima Clark, and Frannie Lou Hamer. Included in this resource
This primary source analysis activity for the Civil Rights Movement includes the Founding Statement of the SNCC and an amazing piece by Civil Rights hero Ella Baker. It includes both printable and Google Docs versions of the activity in this one download! Ella Baker worked with the NAACP and Souther
This Women’s History Poster Set contains nine beautiful prints for your classroom. Each print features a portrait and a quote. The women included are Maya Lin, Audre Lorde, Ella Baker, Sonia Sotomayor, Patsy Mink, Isadora Duncan, Laverne Cox, Bessie Coleman, and Dolores Huerta. This resource also in
Decorate your classroom for Black History Month with these ten posters of famous figures of music, acting and entertainment. This set includes; Marian AndersonBill PickettLouis ArmstrongJosephine BakerBillie HolidayElla FitzgeraldSidney Poitier Aretha FranklinOprah WinfreyDorothy DandridgeEach poste
This is a set of 4 different PowerPoint presentations about the Civil Rights Movement. Topics include desegregation of public schools, strategies (boycott, civil disobedience, sit-ins), Black Panthers, Malcolm X, Ella Baker,etc. These presentations are highly visual and include key terms with their
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A fun activity to bring women’s history to life. Paper dolls (you can also call them paper puppets or action figures) of some inspiring women from history. This pack includes: Josephine BakerRosa Parks Shirley ChisholmSojourner TruthMadam CJ WalkerBessie ColemanHarriet TubmanMaya AngelouCoretta Scot
A new, free, downloadable “Anti-Racist Art Activity” for ages 7-14 is now available, for use during Black History Month and throughout the year! The featured Black historical figures include; Malcolm X, Ella Baker, Bayard Rustin, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Harriet Tubman.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The “Anti-Rac
These materials are designed to teach students about 11 major leaders of the civil rights movement:• Martin Luther King Jr.• Bayard Rustin• Asa Philip Randolph• Ralph Abernathy• John Lewis• Fannie Lou Hamer• James Farmer• Ella Baker• Roy Wilkins• Fred Shuttlesworth• T.R.M. HowardA short biography i
Legendary Jazz Artists Word Search A good word search puzzle for International Jazz Day.Answer key's included.Names of the artists used in the puzzle are:Billie HolidayCarla BleyCharles MingusCharlie ParkerChet BakerChick CoreaColeman HawkinsCount BasieDave BrubeckDizzy GillespieDuke EllingtonElla F
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If you want your students to know more about important females who have impacted black history, this resource is for you! What's included in this pack of Black History Month Activities? - 14 female figures: Susan B. Anthony, Daisy Bates, Ella Baker, Amelia Boynton Robinson, Ruby Bridges, Septima Poi
This high school level mini lesson is a complete digital lesson with no-prep activities using Google Slides. Great for Black History Month or whenever you need to highlight and celebrate African-American influencers.Part 1 includes: Robert Abbott, Alvin Ailey, Muhammad Ali, Richard Allen, Maya Angel
Are you looking for inspirational quotes from the Civil Rights movement? Check out this resource with 15 different quotes from: *Malcolm X *Dr. King *Rosa Parks *Medgar Evers *James Farmer *Fannie Lou Hamer *Diane Nash *Claudette Colvin *Hosea Williams *Ameila Boynton Robinson *Ralph Abernathy *Fre
This resource includes 15 A4 posters of heroes and heroines of the Civil Rights Movement. The set includes:1.Rosa Parks2.Martin Luther King Kr3.John Lewis4.Bayard Rustin 5.James Farmer6.Whitney Young Jr7.Hosea Williams8.Dorothy Height9.Fannie Lou Hamer10.Ella baker11.James Meredith12.A Philip Randol

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